I mean - buttons big enough for my thumb is kind of a design upgrade. I'd use this. https://dribbble.com/shots/4762859-Netscape-for-iOS
Simple "Have I Been Pwned" API Calls With #Clojure https://dev.to/schmudde/using-the-have-i-been-pwned-api-40fl
"The Open Goldberg Variations" a CC0 recording of Bach's masterpiece by Kimiko Ishizaka https://opengoldbergvariations.org/
🎨 Preserving net.art forces us to confront fundamental questions in computer science and our approach to both programming and cultural preservation.
A few reflections on my most recent talk at the Nexa Institute and the writings of Philip Agre. https://schmud.de/posts/2020-10-21-software-preservation-networked-art.html
Reminder that FedEx "SmartPost" and UPS "Mail Innovations" are private companies using the ubiquitous delivery of the United States Post Office for handling their last-mile deliveries.
In other words, it's not cost-effective enough for them to send a truck to deliver your package so their "Smart" and "Innovative" way of handling this is to make it the post office's problem.
Whenever someone says that the Post Office isn't efficient please remind them of these "Smart" "Innovations"
Nice to see @ohhelloana's "Autonomy Online: A Case For The IndieWeb" (https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2020/08/autonomy-online-indieweb/) mentioned in the History of the Web's monthly recap - https://thehistoryoftheweb.com/september-2020-weblog-own-your-stuff-learn-about-fanfic/.
“We are all connected. Difference is only the unknown. For a database poet and a hypertext researcher, that much was obvious. Links are what is waiting to be found, by those with the patience to pull the threads: backwards, forwards, anywhere.” from “Women Hypertext” https://www.are.na/blog/women-in-hypertext
A list of open source projects to "help improve wellbeing, freedom and society" from the @humanetech community:
Turing Complete. Art. Lisp.
📓 Building computational notebooks in Berlin.
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